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Welcome to Owls Class!


We have Miss Trayte, Mrs Stocker and Mrs Embleton in Owls class throughout the week along with 28 lovely children!


We are looking forward to welcoming all the children back for another exciting year in Autumn 1 with our topic of Big and Small.


Watch this space for details about our fun activities and what we get up to in class!

This week we joined in with the International Day of Peace, and had some reflection time in class. We made doves and wrote messages about peace, they are on the big window in the playground.


In English we have internalised the text and written it with a focus on punctuation, the next step in the Talk for Writing process will be the innovation and changing the text.Maybe Harry finds something else in the loft and loses it somewhere else, we shall find out.

Don’t forget the trip on Tuesday, we will have a great day of learning and will be writing about the trip on our return.

International Day of Peace

Creating skeletons

Growth Mindset of the Week:

Have a look at what we got up to this week!

In Owls class, we are always representing our core values of Grace, Courage and Friendship. We are a supportive community that always tries our best and looks out for each other.

Class Notices:



Our PE days for this term are Wednesday and Friday. On Friday, Owl class will be participating in Forest School with Miss Storey for this half term. The children need to be in PE kit and preferably longer trousers.


The children will wear their PE kits to school on those days and stay in those clothes for the whole day. Please ensure that all clothing items are still labelled. 



Spellings will be sent out at the beginning of the half term - a list for year 1 and a list for year 2. Children will need to practice these over the term at home and will also learn and test them in class throughout the week.


Reading books will be sent out on a Thursday that will follow along with the reading groups the children have at school. Children should be encouraged to read everyday and this should be recorded by an adult in their reading record.


The children will also have logins to NumBots and TTRS to support their times tables and number understanding.



Dates for your Diary:


Friday 1st September - INSET day


Monday 4th September - Start of Term

Monday 4th September - School Council Elections

Wednesday 6th September - Breakdance Workshop


Wednesday 13th September - Welcome Meetings


Friday 29th September - Macmillan Coffee Morning


Wednesday 4th October - Flu Jabs

Thursday 5th October - School Census

Friday 6th October - School Disco


Thursday 12th October - Harvest Service (Harvest Food Sale)


Tuesday 17th October - Parents Evening 5pm-7:30pm

Thursday 19th October - Parents Evening 3:30pm-6pm

Friday 20th October - Infant School is 60!


Monday 23rd October - Friday 27th October - Half Term


Monday 30th October - INSET day


Friday 10th October - Remembrance Service


Friday 17th October - Children in Need


Friday 24th November - Infant School Photos


Friday 1st December - Infant Craft Morning

Friday 1st December - Tree Assembly

Friday 1st December - Owls Cake Sale

Saturday 2nd December - PTA Christmas Fayre


Monday 4th December - Gift Assembly

Wednesday 6th December - Christingle Service


Monday 11th December - Infant Nativity Dress Rehearsal

Tuesday 12th December - Pantomime

Thursday 14th December - Christmas Lunch

Thursday 14th December - PITA Cards sent home

Friday 15th December - End of Autumn Term


Welcome Meeting Slides